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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAtlC TIGHT ITEMS OF INTERET CREDITS DILL WILL 'HE pISOUSSUl) IN OF AGIUCUL'ruaiC I Winnipeg, Feb. Ottawa des lo I ha Winnipeg TcWsrani to- day says: credits and EOlillrrs land sclllenirnt will bo (lie measures In parliament H re iissemMes in April. Legislation em- lie-dying (Uo government's prafosils 10 -furnish clicaii money larrae: and (ai-uis to EOlJIcrs bis been dl crtssetl-Iti council uml 15 lu course ofVrei'lJioli. Sir ThoDlas While lias charge ot ihc agricultural credit bill -vvlllle ilie soldiers' land settlement measure is beiuj prepare.! by a sub- committee ot the privy council. '-Both these propositions will lie ou- by permanent boards and aero as net iirof.'t. If, !jy sowing well anpil stcd, (ho yield Is Increased one bushel acre. Hie Increase In Ilk la id per cent. Tlie rlenn-. Ing of tho seed In timo during iho winter ilocs uol ndd one cent to the of (iroiuctfon. well cleaned eeed is sown In I'lico of or- dinary grain, the gain In yield Is, of courso, much more than oim busliel per acre. Tho net [irofit bas often been iucreased 50 cent or even doubled. T.Ms is OHO way. ct Increas- ing production aua profit. tho farmer mslla-lo the Central lierltnenlal farm ul a form fill; cil out nllh uarllculars as lo tlio work done, general weather conditions and cron'iirogrcss. In (Ms wiy (he forniors of llio var- ious districts of. Iho two provinces will bo appraised of llio results and llio liesl way to openilo their farms lo ob- tain theso .results. vJll not'be pcrmUlccJ1 lo iical agencies; It is c tlmt board of three will be appointed to tt'dniiulslcr both tho agricultural ere- iljis auil Foldiers' settlement, nnd "ill Iiive similar powers and permauency o[ tbo pensions' board, railway com- iuission and grain commission. The of Ike boards.will eliraln- de ilje danser of pollikal patronage Illustration work In crop yrpducilon niul cultural methods Is loins 'carried on in the provinces of Alberta .and Saskatchewan by tlic Deuarimciu of Agriculture of tho Domintoij govern- menl, and some very Interesting re- sults are e.vi'Cc-lctl tills yeaK Tho co operation of farmers owning or operating favorably; sitimted removed from one machine lo repair ior tbe "carrying on oE.snclV Is another.- oud. trom lack of rrjlul tr secured, the farmer putting under the protect It, the woodwork has decayed, direction-of fltiy officer of the probably become broken. slilcli In ilino saves iiino'.' Is never more true than when sprlnsjs nl hand nml finds the farmer unpre- pared. Much (lino Is often lost be- L-rtiiBO bis nmchtncry Is not In condi- tion .for Iminodlntb IBP. Farts_ivro missing; bolts ami screws have recently of Ihc two fine I'crcueron stallion's Klradil and .Mayo'from I bo have recenily added lo their collec- tion live fine registered mares. Louis .aehance is also going in for imrc- lircil stock by jiurcliasius a Hno llol- iieiu cow. THE ICE HARVEST farin having o good frontage jfuoulil bo thoroughly overhauled. well travailed highway, each: Missing parls should be secured, a field having the samo frontage, nlouy supply of holla "nml scrcn-s obtained the tame highway so that the crops1 parts should bo I'leaned- and and cultivation are' jjuavoldably'In polished, and woodwork well palnteil ovidcnco lo the. casual traveller and Holts anil scr'etvB can UP purchased': In easily inspected by tho interested vial-, toies of nssorleil'grades nod sizes tor. A Vcbmpaujr; -llmt huys :eklm (rbni hns' demon's- llio ruriil rcsWcnta' In' an iiiannor' roads? to This coinpQiiy, seritla Jo'Iliijfarins'to; collect Iho sUlirniroj- iii pa'j'B lilp yrlces-'to farmer? Ilvlng-ou gobd-io thnii'-'oirba'il I'pails', On! poort roads. cents'' por .'100 '01 cuiirsp, (ho Tanner always has tax on hunilrcd.- ponndB iio. hauled QVDI-- fat! hu Itna IJPCII rrellcveJ ou c'yejy lunulrcd iwunGs ho cd lint -fact has not .Jjfen, hrouglK to his nuMro.as li c VYIicii.fio tp-vn In." In 'stcujT-or -miles'! profit ot >fhe aulldogs Are The first year the aeparLment fur- uishea Iho seed necessary to sow-such lW MiruTrr? llio "B crop Is xit-its test in the greater part of Can H nou h of Iho S ben'of the erop grown on ttee fields spare time to' secure a supply of ice months. ID the necessary seeding. This, of ITlic loss" of n nut or brealta'so small part vrbllc in the Meld may uiean ulso Iho (ho use'of not only the imijleniL-nt, liul the team, the hired help, and probably 'of the opporluhUy during favourable weather to perform'the: work >vbicli hnd-becn ikji. nidi lilC UI riltT JiUl I- f i I Mi-TI ricuuutal credlU -'measure hive regrets at ihb-lack ot ice lo cool sfmclfn as a hee'n made .public, buf.it Is mider-j ijCYCrage3 and io. preserve food will jpower. that it uroridcs for. Ihe usejeES .Action at the present to'farmers' on mortgage Hlne tn mucb. comfort and or .even greater than, those n'jvallcetlj pleasure licit Euinmcr- by'loan companies, nnd-at-a rate of, .interest equal to the cost of money to the sovemmcni plus the .cost of ad- These loans will be re- payable in ten, twelve or thirty years In'equal annual instalments. The ag- ricultural credits hoard will have coni- jilelu authority and will organize the ol placlug loans, i and Get Rid of All cuHuml and Imrvesliri's ope ra- tions in connection wilh. theso fields including tbc harrowing, and Ltiresliiiig oE ttia grain, arc ilouc by the farmer. -AH llio ubore work is done in csnctly-iuch p .way anil exactly such a time as directed by HIE Lion slaliou clivlsiou of ilie Dominion System. LIVE STOCK AND SOIL FEnTJLITY iro being repeatedly urged to Keep moro Hvo stock on fliclr fr-rms. Jlaay reasons wlij- they should tlo so aro glten, chlcllv that stock farming is iuid tliP.t will Fucieasc the feriility'or the soil. Cor- lairf iiointa are bttcn insuilicienHy Vtnphaslzeit In" tlie discussion of queslloa. K-stock farming is-16.-be proritaTjie, Iho stock roust be of-gobd By Using StusrL's Calcium Wafers- rv'atui-al -Liltls Dlcod Purifiers That Work Like Churm. fArmer a record of Ihcj qualitr, and musL be given proper j amount of lime taken to perform thelan'I intelligent care. Scrub '-sfpijk different operations'oh'eacb field anO _ never Oid nhtl never will yield the Ihe barvesled is tureslied son-1 profitable returns arc _lo VIF aratclr so UiaL the exact yield of each derived 'from from pura bred of high Dowi despair if your face is corer- field Is known. The records of and of Ihe ,________ Soldiers' (and settlement under federal Eupervision and lesis- laiion (or which be enacted. Ihls session will be applicable _oply lo on the prairie and In British Co-.__...... lumtta' H is in these areas where I or your liddy is cor'erea ia siwts with notes made by the farmer each wees, the federal government retain coairof n-A. of'the public ed with liver spots, 1 crops resulting, together with brief; or your body is cor'erea ia siwts with notes made by the farmer each tetter, Just use'SU-, are duly entered-on blank forms p cl" measure quite probable that the (Oder-1 be along lha same lices.as thaL.prorosod by the Ontario Eovcrnment lor Ihe same purpose. Each "soldlor .ivlio desires; to 'enga in sgficuHurai "work twill -'-i quarCer'EecUon.qn which, a house and erected and twenty i slock: Those who arc iu lac stock or ivho cbntenipbte golug into "it, 'cannot "afford to iook this" considerR.tl6n. Canada has too raucb poor stock; art's Calcium Waters' lor a short time i vlded for the purpose, and each week Is. more goa-i and see how quickly you will clear up TWENTY YEARS TO PAV An Irtimense area of the most fer-_ 'tile liny In Western Canada" for sale at low prlcss and easy terms ranging from ?11 to forearm lands with ample ed lands up to 550, One-tenth balance if you wish within twenty years. In certain areas, land for sale without settlement conditions. In Irrigation districts, -loan for for farm buildings, up lo '-also repayable" in twenty only 6 per, cent is your opportunity to ln> crease your farm holdings by gett- ing .'adjoining land, or -to secure your friends as neighbors. For Lit- erature and particulars apply to Allan Cameron, General Superin- tendent of LandSj Department o( Natural llespurcn, 905 First St. East, Calgary, Alberta. Local Agerils WILSON SKESTH Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1343 V Lethhrldge Wednesday, MarcK ftp O'CLOCK 'Oii (lirc farm of J. J. Ti your skin. lint- impfovemch'ls :ani cost slock to ilie value ol will remain a mortgage OB Ihe prpp- eriy. repayaW_e. in fifteen.years. But principal nor' interest'- refa'y-" years.: Sol- Oiere'Hvill bVselLied in colonies where and osricultaral inst.mctfon p.pd'dera'oaElration farms provided by ,the gbyerniQeuL'; The. laud Ihus allol- Ud will riot be-lransrerible nntil five years' EetlJcmeat conditions have been .complied with anii It Is bored In this to secure, permanent ECttlers. iliiia measure subject lo riates it. adaptable to conditions If found 'required will'also be adininis- wrcd'by. a permanent board and poli- tical" patronage cUnrioated." liiili" link'sVoiiUi' I of brown inarps, 4'nuil fj'ye'avii inatclicdjleaiu uiiirps, S'niid-S'ycfirS'plil.'- I ijld, 1 rl .'tpain, 5'nnd. ycjitb alioul' Ijis.r. 1 roan iiiprfl-F .1, black nrnro, y6nrir old, 12'0'D1 Ibai.'Ruiipos.eLl-' iiimlclic'd'lcrui ot limres, lining 3 years Vonn geldings, niaiched, niid'.D nbout .2700 Broy C and 7 yoavs o Without 1 brown yoa'rag olJj 1300 Ibs.; bjiy' go Jain j, -1 "years old; wctsttt about gui J i liSr'iS-y ears weight aboiit 1250 Iba.; 1 black Eelilthg.-S yca'ra 'M -.old, eolUhiKs, 3 years old, jiorjior fi'ycora oUL about 1100 Ibs.; 1 lay j driving :5-ytafB nliout, 1100 Ibs.; 1 team yeldlnei 3 ycara ohl; ivclght SfcOO Itis'Tucgc.liorB'es as advertised1 nrc all mar'es.'iro; I'erchcron slnllloii. farrow In Avrll. o CATTLE-r-1 old." liitlkhig HOW; 1 cow. Lo.'lie'lfrc'Bli' Sliorthoni Durham Hull, 2 uucfc "wagon; 1 uiowtne machine; 1 bay-rack; .2 liitpti'or' wago'iiii "ami grain tanks; 1 democrat 1 Blnglo buggy, liole iiianure' sitrcaclcr; I, slilo delivery sots doiibJe-team horse jiqvi-or cngluc; i Block Buddie and 1K Kasoline engine. 'slli'cr Leila, springs' ami maltrcBSCs.coninletei 2 bed- room- .bed .room largo. c-zlensEpn lablo; 1'oak cbafrs; 1 kitchen 'table; 1 sofa; cook.'rangc; 2 h eat iii stoves; Singer scwins 'machine; 'i BUI all Morris'cliair; child's lilijh chair; cashing .niacnlne; 'cliufnV 1 rerrlgcralor; r broad nilicr; 1'oak parlor centre Ibllet sels; milk palls and milk cans; 6.lamps; 1 lllu- inan milker, 2 nnlts. 1 EverytHln'g sold as the proprietor'has renle'd hla farm. TERMS jV J- Prop. JAMES A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER .swell you loi was. only ren GREATER PROFITS FROM CLEAN V SEED. If Goad Crops arc Expected, Must be Sown. Good quality'of .'the seei grain, sown op lao farm celt will depand u'pon'.lte. farmer himself. Thls-is which i3 enUrely.in his own lands.1 are lo he expect- seed must be EOTVE.-The farmer should prepare the seed novr for th'e spring sowing. During the- fiivliiler months, when other farm vprfe IE iiol is the besl lime to'.clean the grain for seed. The besl ;_.grain'groim on "the fann should he "used and-It .should be put thrciiga th% facnipg mill tvro or ihrec limes at least, or until aU ot the' light or fhranken. grain, and .the "seidr. are removed. There Is a dtsiincl loss ]n sowing seed and it la.much inoTC protiiable to screen out the shrunken and weak grain and feed it than to sow" it.and lose iL Jt Is aUo Treed seeds be nol sown -if "weed- growUi Is to be pre- vented. In total yield Is prac lically all profit.. A crop of wheat from ordinary seed may yield 25 buahels per acre, and cost 20 bushels acn to rToduce, leaving flTe'.busbcls per look." ;moving thp. pimples, and Stuart's Calcium thai." 'Pimples "and.-eruptions bt all come from th'e inside. The blood out the limpnrities it contains anil thua pimples, ".'vails, etc-, appear Cleanse the blood, stop the poison from developing' In the tissues and nlmples will vanish as If by magic. Stuart's Calcium .'Watera contain in a natural manner Ibs greatest blood Calcium Sulphide. Get a 50 hos oi Smart's Cal- iuin Wafers at anr store anfl :on won't what lo do with our stock of hair ETOYnng- othlnient grease.' etc. Send. for a frse "irla- 3a.cka.ge cl these -Bender workers. Coupon F.A. Stuart Co., 356 Stuart Bldg.. Mich. Send me at once return mall, a free trial pack- -sge of Stuart's -Calcium Name Street v..V. 7. Stale THf STpRE riF BGVAUE NORTH LETHBRIDCE AUCTION SALE Horses and Cattle At tlie Lcthbridg-c Sale anil Peed Barn Wednesday, Feb. 28th AT ONE'0'CLOCrC SHARP 21 head o[ Mares irrt geldlogs, from lo S years oil, all from 1500 Olo. 1300; 4 males, S and 0 old; 1 learn.of black mzrfs, il rears old; 21 head jradr.'COVTS from 3 lo 6 jrears_otct, all lo be in call; 5 head ol high sradc hciferi, J-years old. pupposcJ to be In calf; 5 fceid pure bred reeislera; coTva, supposed (o be In call; 3( 2-year old roRislcre-1 UoTcfoTfl .heifers, supposed (O be in calf.' Ail pure bred slock, lirc-il to the leading tcrd bnll; I plirer. plow; 2 ec-ts donbto teim barEess..' TERMS CASH ,v J. A. SMITH, Aucliontcr With Speeds to 4'-'Miles per hour I recently returiicfl a (rip olMnspcctiou of Tractor factor- ies ancl'iit'tcp'iiispcediis' scores 'inakes I coiicliuleil (hat (he above was flie bust all nroiuul-Tractor for Southern Albcrla 1st. "Because it propar size, a plow Tractor with all kinds of lo oper- stp'arator ihat will thresh 1000 lo 15DO bushel? pf wiieal psr day nlcsly. vl 2. It Is a 4-cylinder, machine and of all up to dale Tractors now being man- ufactured aVc of 3. It is absolutely a successful Kerosene Tractor. 4- It is a "one manTP all purpose Tractor- and this ,iiL proved by nine years of practical field worfc. The HeicJer .Tractor is nut the result of a "bubble concern." building tractors today and broke tomorrow, but Is of nine consecutive years of successful tractor building during which time _ the design was ntfvcf changed but once and that was when" they discarded the chain drive after finding that it was inefficient, and nrft up to standard or balance of trie machine. This was replaced by heavy steel gears and "Cut Steel" Pinions. All fast gears run in bath of oif. 5- Having a four cylinder heavy duiy motor with heavy bearings, Steel Gears and a good rigid frame it will do all required of il, cither plov.'inoi fiefd work or Ihrtshing mini- mum cost of upkeep and nine years field ex- perience-has proved this conclusively. 6. Host Important of all Is Olher 40% lo 40% over Stntes Factory List for their Traitors-. Why? Because have a heavy selling expsnss; als'o because their Tractor comes through th'c .hands'of a. "Canadian .Distribu- thence an Alfacrta jubber, thence a dealer- an'd all niusi have their toll. I buy direct Factory, hence. I am offering-more real value for'the dollar invested than, is found In any Tractor' offered for, sale in Southern Al- berta. 'Come in and mt. prove this state- ment to your own satisfaction.' While in rVHnneapolfs I met (wo practical, successful .Alberta farmers who Verc. slrang- ears lo each other. They had each spent several -dsys in sr.a about-the Twin "Ci ties J Tractors and ihey had each" seen doVens ol different mtikes and styles. I showed them the "Heider." and .they "the" best thing they had .and bachsd .up that each, purchasing one fight there on the Minneapolis sample Floor. 'The first csr load of these T.raclors left Rock Is- land, III. on 13th Insl. and should te here the 2Elh and we will be glad to give demonstra- tionr. i oils, G 86lai; Oil, feature makes it possible for any Jitan .-Traotor.. operatbr to use which'ever'fucf Is cheapest in his-locality.', That.niakes for economy Changes from one fuel'lo another require no alteration of .mechanism. .1 :Be Sure ymri'c Go.AIicinl.. Buying'a traclor Isn't an every day proposition. A'considerable amourif'of money you buy a tractor..you expect to replace at less! some ol your horsss, and you naturally-eifpMt up work to dc dorie'qutckar, better, cheaper. Now in" the showroom, the different traclors may not he-, readily Eppare'nl. -in a "test of" like that what .ire you going to ;doT- Take, for -instance, a TITAN I. H. C. TRACTOR. There is'no quesjion In' anybody's minil as-to the responsibility of Ihe cnrniiany this tractor or I- H.'C. facililibs for manufacturing or looking after.yWr'-inleresls. Kepalr parts always in stock. tractor, any ether Hhej can you say the'Earns for Ins organization at the back-of or Its- facilities for loDkihrj after your'interests? Oocin'l this ]U6l about settle the tractor question .for It ihere'ar.y bitter'way to-know you are getting a square deal? Investigate, this Tvactoi- before yoii a'irniich of money. MART McMAHON ALBERTA ALTA. Tiactovs AVc --You.hay.e._only..lo Interview any farmer who Is already the.user of a Titan and he will'tcll you. Tried and past Ihe experimental stags and {roved a Eucecu. Vie I'epresenl tile 1. H. C. and wish you to write or'phone.m for1 I descriptive lileraturi of machinery you require. csrry a line'of slclofis, delivery bobs, wagons, democrats, press drills, disc harrows, power sulkits, gang Oweps'.fsnning rttlls and Smul machines, grain pleklers, qraln sacks. Agents for Aspinwall .potato E A. Sharman OFFICE 1173 1217 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH RESIDENCE 530 ;